Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Triangles WK3

In order to piece the rows I needed some layout. I started at the top. I didn't like it. So I start in the middle


and didn't like it. Another try looked better. Random placement was too much for me to handle so I made up few triangles and this is it!


There are still few pieces random but there are mostly triangles. I have added one more row as I wasn't happy with that bottom line. That means I need to cut few more triangles.

The Sassy Quilter

So far I pieced 5 rows so I'm happy to keep up with the QAL. Once I piece all the row I probably put it together since I have another project on the other side of that batting (designer's wall). I just flipped it over, lol.

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19 comments:

  1. Those pops of blue are really eye catching. I like them. :) Looks like it's coming along nicely!

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  2. I am loving these triangle quilts-I am with you random is actually hard to do and get the values to look right-yours is looking great
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    Kathy

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  3. I love how this is turning out. Your layout is really interesting.

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  4. Hoping to join the Triangle Quilt along - love your greys and pinks.

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  5. Yes, I like the lime green and bits of blue! The equilateral triangles provide infinite possibilities don't they??

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  6. Love your triangles- the fabrics are wonderful together!

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  7. Hi!!! Very pretty!!! I also love the pops of blue and lime green!!!! Also I love the different triangles in triangles!!!!

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  8. I'm working on my triangle QA too. I'm just letting it happen as I pull the fabrics from the bin. LOVE the secondary triangles in yours !

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  9. I always love the way you arrange the colors and the blocks. I like how this quilt develops. Now I also have to start my triangle quilt. It is so interesting that the triangles make a design and are not just random.

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  10. well they look great now. LeeAnna Paylor Not Afraid of Color! lapaylor.blogspot.com

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  11. Where would we be without design walls?! Whether it's a sheet of batting (yours) or a sheet of insulation covered with an old sheet (mine), they're definitely worthwhile for anyone trying to get just the right layout for a project! I like the addition of the 4-triangle-triangles - I think they go well with the other smaller triangles, and give the eye something to rest on :)

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  12. I love this triangle quilt!

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  13. Very pretty!! Love the pops of blue and green! I can't do random placements either ;)

    -Soma

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  14. Love how you just flipped the batting over lol! Your triangle quilt is coming along nicely ... I've only managed 4 rows so far but without any tears yet!

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  15. Věrko, krásné, tu stěnu ti závidím. To je úplný pohled na to hraní než, když je to na zemi. Bude to moc pěkné. Máš na to oko.

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  16. Very interesting to see the different layouts. I take forever deciding this sort of thing! I'm looking forward to seeing what you decide to settle with :)

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  17. I'm terrible at random as well! I just don't have it in me!
    I love your arrangement in the end, it looks fantastic!

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  18. Oh I love your final layout, so pretty and such great fabrics!

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  19. I also have issues with "random placement". I do love the final layout. You have such a great eye for colour. I've never thought about turning my design wall.......thanks for the tip.

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